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service that allows you to send a gift to your friends. a real, physical gifts. this is a big step from facebook which is feeling pressure from investors to find new ways to make money. gabe slate gives us a closer look. >>gabe: the new facebook gift feature looks like in easy way to shop for friends and family. the service is not live yet but will be rolling out slowly to users of the next couple weeks. here is how it will work. on your birthday or special event, you will see a gift i caught you can click on or, when you visit a facebook profile page or timeline, you will see a gift icon. soon, there will be thousands of gift choices. so far, there are things like teddy bears, flowers, gift certificates, t-shirts and funny sox. selecting a virtual card that goes along with that gift and then send a gift. faced bookers can pay right away or add. details later. the friend will get notified of the gift and then he or she will be able to preview the gift can't enter in at dress for shipment. it even gives the friends the option of exchanging the gift. we do not know how much facebook will
but stalled in the senate. >>> everybody was smiling and the mx morning they went to gather up all their gifts and they were all gone. all $10,000 worth of gifts stolen. >> this is a story that will get your business juices flowing. >>> the majority of women are diagnosed with very early stage breast cancer and for many surgery will be a come on net of their treatment. we offer them a lumpectomy. if the tumor is more advanced, we may have to do a mastectomy, so sometimes patients come in with a larger tumor and may want a lumpectomy, we may treat them with chemo therapy to shrink it down and have a lumpectomy. if they have a mastectomy, then we get a plastic surgeon involved. >> the doctor is here, 410-481-2222. >>> looking at a few showers beginning to knock on the door. they will be moving in our direction. you can see the clouds have rolled in and in dundalk it was sun, then clouds. now the clouds are thickening up and much the same scenario across most of maryland. 69 at bwi at the moment. pressure is 29.92. sunset is setting earlier. the days are getting shorter. here we go, temperature w
in an environment -- people will always give to a greater gift. it is just a principle. if a group get together to give a gift to an entire city, it is easy to find people who will give to that. and the consequence is, you can learn a lot. talk about a networking opportunity. but nobody ever went there to network. they went out there to give their energy, imagination, their heart to something. >> there is that collaboration, the cross-disciplinary thing that happens out there, but i also feel like there is a bit of a sense of competition. people are trying to outdo each other, try to outdo each other trt impressive thing. >> that is human nature. i read a few years ago somebody complaining, i remember the good old days. you could put up a pink flamingo in front of your tent and it was cool. now with all of these big projects, i feel few tile -- futile. well, they learned the wrong lesson. the interesting thing is, people say that they are connected, but in an environment like that, it is easy to get connected. it is easy to get help. unless you insist on being the leader, you will find somethin
. the latest survey of consumers by the n.d. group shows st one in ten plan to spend more on gifts this year than last. the retail tracking firm says the rest plan to spend the same as last year or less. and when they do shop, the results show consumers will be focused on practical items, convenience and value. coupons from web sites like groupon and living social are also popular with consumers. and deals that are sold year- round are also becoming popular holiday gifts. right now, companies are getting ready for what could be a huge season for the daily deal industry. sylvia hall continues our coverage of holiday retail. >> reporter: here at living social's washington headquarters, teams are working to offer gifts you can't take home in a box-- everything from spa days to cooking classes to fancy dinners, you name it. >> we have a gift guide coming out this year where we're working with all of our major markets. we're actually featuring one great business from each type of category, and really promoting experiences and things that people can buy and go and give and gift. >> reporter: c.e.o
dolores park and other parts of the city. and the gift that is received by the arts commission from the san francisco symphony is in compliance with the admin code or the arts commission's ability to accept gifts under 5.100 of the city charter. so and it's our feeling that that is a great partnership and it is the gift is greatly valued and supports our general fund program including community education in our grants program so the arts commission is very grateful and we believe based on the city attorney's advisement that we are in compliance with the charter and with the law on that. >> we can certainly ask the city attorney about that if we want to in a bit. so they submit back 40% i know it's not necessarily the same pool of money. i guess the response is if they didn't do that going forward you could always ask the board of supervisors for a supplemental appropriation. sure every department could do that all the time. but i mean how does that relationship work? is it an assumed, an unspoken given that that's the dollar amount that you're going to receive from them? >> we curre
know men don't like to go shopping. we have a website that will do the work and pick out a gift for you or your significant other. what about a site that will send you all the ingreen yent ingred perfect cocktail. everything to make the life of your man easier. >>> and if you have reward cards dangling from your key chain or store credit cards, points or cash back but you don't know how to cash in we will tell you who you to make the most of those. >>> later in today's kitchen, making your ordinary burger and shake extraordinary with the flavors of fall. >> i can't wait for that segment. pumpkin shake? >> not far off. >> really? just a wild guess. >> first, a check of the weather for us. >> you betcha. see what we got for you today a big storm in the pacific northwest, mountain snows, heavy rain, you get to the lower elevations, showers and thunderstorms in the upper great lakes, mid-ohio river valley, beautiful day on the east coast, the gulf coast as well. as we move on into tomorrow, we have got a lot of wet weather stretching its way from the great lakes, western new york, all the w
, and ingenuity can accomplish anything. tavis: i don't believe everybody is as gifted as you are. >> they don't have to make it this way in music. they can make it this way and marketing, journalism, so many different things. photography, directing. some people spend so much time focusing on the gift that other people have the day don't ever take acknowledgement to the gifts they have been blessed with. that is a waste of talent. tavis: given a significant portion of what your base is, i believe in hard work is one of the ingredients that go along with being successful. i think there are institutional and structural barriers to keep people from being able to elevate no matter have gifted or talented they might be. to that particular course of your base that is stuck in poverty, what say you to them about trying to find a way out, even though they know they are gifted and talented, they can't seem to find a break that they need? >> are probably lean back on the theory that when god closes the door, he opens a window. you have to take whole consideration in the mind of opportunities that might
. that is a gift economy. it is predicated on the idea that some things have an unconditional value. you cannot put a price on it. we just said, everything is a gift in our city. you cannot buy or sell anything. there is no advertising. you are not surrounded by this nattering pandemonium of commercial messages, which is so relentless. and lo and behold, we discovered, had a certain point in a community, when everyone is giving, -- people began to have experiences that were revelatory. they began to feel like they were in touch with that unconditional reality, which perhaps in their youth they identified as their life's goal. it creates a world in which -- just saturated with meaningful encounter. and it seems to have been contagious because people have now left our event and they have left our world and they continued to do activities. they did not go to a festival and say their appetite. they came back and tried to change their world. that is why we are starting this burning man project. we think there is a law that we can do together. try it sometime. try living for eight days without buying, se
fathered along the streets, i saw the real gift of the endeavor. the gift of the inspiration and the gift of dream making. >> endeavor will follow shuttle's discovery and it will go on display october 30thth. >>> it is a big leap in history. >> extreme athlete felix bomb gardener was able to break the sound bar yes. it took two and a half hours to get up and only 9 minutes to get down. he reached speeds of 834 miles per hour. his a send was the average for jet liners. >> i was and coming back a couple of times because you are sitting there and it is like how does it feel and look like and this this is way bigger than i have anticipated. >> now that he has fulfill his jump now unfold it on the website. they had the largest number of viewers in history. last time, 7 million online viewers watched president barack obama's inauguration. we want to sit sit and talk with sal. >>> right now the traffic looks pretty good, no major problems, continuing as well. at the bay bridge toll plaza, right now it does look good driving into sap fran. if you are driving all the south bay freeways 0 doing wel
are not allowed to accept a gift valued over $200. so the government took away his back again. tonight, we cannot replace the bat that was taken away from that young boy. but we do give them something that we hope will take its place. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you the first ever recipient to of the lifetime achievement award for services rendered to the asian american community and services rendered to our nation. i give to you secretary mineta. [applause] >> i cannot think of a more appropriate gift tonight than to receive this bat. i want to thank the mayor, and everyone, members of the board of supervisors, for hosting this event tonight. all of us who have had the privilege of serving in public service have gone to that point because we were standing on the shoulders of those who preceded us. i want everybody here to remember that whenever they do in the future, bring everything you are and bring everything you want to the jobs you are going to be doing. there are tremendous opportunities that are out there. asian-pacific american heritage week is a time for all of us to be able to s
marcus 2012 christmas catalog is out, and it is complete with all the outlandish gifts like his and her diamond studded watches for a cool $1.1 million. bill, that's our christmas gift to each other. >>> well, coming up, san francisco stays alive, a bountygate update and the space jump will have to wait. >>> plus, the athletics steal game three from the tigers. your sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> i thought my gift to lynn was a nice, beautil, dry day today. that won't last in the middle of the country. some rain heading your way eventually. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. in sports, san francisco and oakland win to force a game four in both series. let's begin in cincinnati with two outs and two on in the top of the tenth, the giants joaquin arias hits a grounder to third, but reds infielder scott roll len bobbles the ball, giving arias enough time to beat the throw to first as the go-ahead run scores for a 2-1 giants victory. >>> to oakland now where yoenis cespedes hit an rbi single in the first inning and seth smith belted a home
said i will give you the gift, but inspire people to have more gratitude. so, for people who play music, it is a gift you are given, like your gift. >> you have played with everyone. you have done composing, producing. is it fair to ask what your favorite moment was in performing or composing? i prefer perming on some levels because -- performing son some levels bass it is -- because it is more immediate. producing is not as immediate. you are working toward a greater end. one head helps the other, though. they are different gears. >> i understand. what would you say to someone who is a young and aspiring exposer or producer -- composer or producer who wants to do what you are doing? >> love what you do. have fun with it. if you love what you do you will have other people loving what you do. >> be in the moment and be present? >> yes. >> and. i know you need to feel yourself to have something happen. you have to feel it. >> that is great advice. now, janice, in the spirit awards we will get to see narda tonight? >> yes. i have to say years ago i had the privilege of being in hi
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that your grandmother used to take out, on your iphone, like using a gift card for dinner. by the way, ladies, taking you to a nice restaurant because now he can afford? >> or maybe she's concerned. >> the only time you're concerned when they are taking us to happy hour and there's dinner, honey. >> sounds like somebody is speaking from experience. >> you know. >> hey, joe, you'll have to step up your game, my brother. >> never, never. >> we did a poll on our website and 83% of our viewers said they would never walk out just because someone used a coupon. good for you, viewers. >> do you think they are just saying that to the pollsters. >> what it became like an every time thing, then you'd be like okay. >> unless you're into that. some people find that sexy. >> absolutely. >> can't get enough of ryan gosling so how about this. got some video in our take three of a 12-year-old equally as adorable, a young ryan gosling interviewed on the show "canada aime" and they were able to bring out this footage, apparently, as they were celebrating their 40th anniversary. >> is that macauley culk
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romney take them away. >>> welcome back, guys. we have some good news for you. fining the right gift for your lady this christmas won't take as much work. more on that in a minute. let's take a look at the market. lauren simonetti is live in new york with the business beat. good morning. >> good morning. >> let's hope no one sends the markets reeling like google did yesterday. how are we look something. >> what a mess! what a mess! a mistake caused their earnings report which as with a disapointing report to be released three hours early. so that just took the tech sector by surprise. the nasdaq lost a full percent. google shares lost 8% and that was good because they were down way more than that at one point. for the week, we are in good shape. we are up for the week and we're flat to slightly lower here in the premarket this friday morning. >> let's >> >> -- let's talk about the next story. it sounds like the women will be easy to buy for. >> i'll interpret this. gift cards are impersonal. you can't really say you want your special someone to give you a gift card. >> my husband w
to do with the fact that he forgot a wedding anniversary gift. >> really? actually, never. i haven't. i personally have not forgotten any wedding anniversary gifts. >> unfortunately guys are not perfect. we're imperfect animals. >> so what happened during "saturday night live"? >> let's look at the clip. >> yeah. the anniversary gift. i can't believe i forgot the anniversary gift. okay. i'll be out of here by 9:00 local time. i have the secret service directing me while i hit the hotel gift shop for an anniversary gift. a denver broncos sweatshirt. the hotel had nice bath clothes for sale. that could be good. >> excuse me, governor, mr. president -- >> i'm sorry. yeah. yeah. what's up? >> mr. president, governor romney has just said that he killed osama bin laden. would you care to respond? >> no, you two, go ahead. >> oh, boy. this altitude is starting to get to me. air so thin. i'm losing consciousness. i must hang on. hang on for michelle. for michelle and girls, sasha and the other one. can't remember other one's name. >> we have run out of time, which brings the first of three pres
of advertise those to the public and to distribute tickets to those events, and i think that the gift is greatly appreciated from the arts commission in terms of the support that it offers us for our unrestricted use in terms of supporting other community arts. many of those programs include musicians and artist and so we're able to grow our capacity both through our cultural civic grants programs because of that gift. >> okay. >> so with that, i would just conclude to state that, again, we're very appreciative, i think my coming in, in terms of the transition period that the organization, this has been a great way to dive deep on a number of policy issues. we've agreed with a number of the recommendations in each of those areas of how to improve as an agency. i'm committed to ongoing improvement. i'm open to ways in which i can be more accountable to the public and board of supervisors and make our staff available to the public when there is opportunity to invite people to our meeting. i would love to see broad community -- and at the full commission level. so i appreciate your consi
on your smartphone is fun to chat that our chatter says wow this is a great deal a great christmas gift and boy is it ever because you know what liz we are kicking off our beauty holiday gift set this will not be back when the quantity is on this is it this is the star of the holiday beauty shows pick up a couple and give them out cricut up if you want you do not have to give the whole thing but it is nice to give them all together with free shipping and handling and do not forget also the girls are applying it everywhere it is anti aging benefits from your neck down will love korres it is so emollient. you're creating a barrier of moisture that in the wintertime, do not fool yourself, do not think i can put on any type of cream and it will work all day long, this is like a shield of moisture it blocks it all inside of your skin or putting on sweaters and saying why is this so itchy it is because your skin. we're heading to the fun nancy from welcome to the beauty report you are live on the air i heard you four of our core assets? >>caller: yes i did. >>host: you know a good value. >>
, who made controversial comments on abortion and here he is. >> life is that gift from god and i think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that god intended to happen. >> they're not going to ask murdoch to pull ads that romney's made on his behalf, but that mitt romney disagrees with what the senator had to say -- >> what the senate candidate said is that the child is a gift from god and whether it's conceived by rape or not, it's still the gift of human life is a gift from god. that's what he said. i don't, he didn't say rape was a gift from dwogod. you'd have to contort words beyond meaning to get that understanding of it. look, this is, you know, this gotcha stuff in the media is just that. it's just trying to play gotcha politics. i don't think anyone's what's going to watch that, i watched it, is going to think anything other than the fact he was talking about the baby in the woom that was precious and a gift. through the horrible circumstances of that gift being created, yes, but it's still that life needs to be protected. >> the reason
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's some pretty choice gifts, expensive ones, too. for $30,000 you can buy a walk- on role in the blood way show annie. if you have a case of stage fright you'll want this special edition spider, only $354,000. now, quit clucking about that price. we found this gift, it's a little easier on the pocketbook. for $100,000 you can get this penthouse. kind of fancy? it's inspired by the palace ofversailles in france for a henhouse. if you want to give your loved one a gift of time, the priceyest gift are his and hers watches that will set you back $1 million. for the pair, of course. now, guys, i decided to get each of you a present, or at least pick one out. derek, it's this arcade system, 90 grand, you consider it's got formula one racing seats, 24 play station games and use it for car oaky. the rocket backpack just for you on a beautiful day, you can strap it on, fly all over the place, check out the weather from above. your gift is slightly more than derek's, $99,500. i guess i'm going to have to really do some saving. >> i guess those cupcakes i was going to get you from the cupcake place d
gift fund. mr. shaw is accurate here that deputy city attorney jerry made an error in his memo, instruction al memo and it's easy to make that error because we had two whistle blower complaints, one a conflict of city interest and one miss appropriation of patient funds from the gift fund and mr. freight mixed those up and this request for documents related to a complaint of the gift fund, miss appropriations does not have anything to do with conflict of interest. speaker: war field, i am very disappointed that at nine forty at night we learn that something that was known at the beginning of the meeting is cause for skipping an item on the agenda. perhaps the chair thought that he would be reading mr. shaws letter and analyzing it some time during the meeting. from what i know, i doubt it. my sense of him is that he's attempting to be thorough and fair so i'm very disappointed that this couldn't have been announced at the very beginning of the meeting. thank you. speaker: can i get public comment on my own item, two minutes of your time? speaker: i would like to apologize to yo
and their families understood the life-altering gift of education. >> you will be a part of the very first class of the oprah winfrey -- >> reporter: in a setting so luxurious, simple amenities were cause for celebration. one of the moments that i thought so captures the gap that you are trying to bridge with these girls when is they react to the plumbing. >> ah, yeah, that is still one of my favorite moments. >> reporter: me, too. >> talk about favorite things. they were most excited, of course, about the plumbing, because it means i can take a shower, i don't have to go and find buckets of water that is one or two kilometers away. i don't have to share a pump on a yard with 56 other people. i can have my own bed. i can have -- i can flush the toilet! >> reporter: but there was also scandal. when a female dorm adviser was charged with sexually molesting several girls, oprah fired her and other staffers. but instead of distancing herself, she flew to south africa to personally apologize to the students and their parents. >> you learn from your mistakes. you learn by doing. and if i had it to do
like. thanks to one man who travels the world, handing out a special gift to those who could not afford it on their own. chelsea clinton has more. >> reporter: she has accomplished a lot by any standards, she learned to play the piano by watching youtube video she writes her own music. and plays a mean game of softball. but what makes this 15-year-old even more special? she has been legally deaf since birth. but that may be about to change. >> we want to take our time. >> reporter: he owns the hearing technologies, the biggest hearing manufacturer in the united states. once a year, he comes to yankees stadium and sets up shop for hearing-impaired kids and adults who couldn't afford the latest models. >> i have new ears today, i am happy. >> we're going to put this over the ear. >> reporter: austin fits stephanie with state-of-the-art devices. >> i can hear that. >> can you hear that? >> yes. >> is it loud enough? >> reporter: devices her mom's insurance won't cover. >> it is like a new shoe, okay? >> reporter: after years of silence, stephanie can hear. when is the last time you heard o
for a long time, but i came to realize life is that gift from god and i think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that god intended to happen. >> and after the debate murdock told a news conference he was only trying to explain his view that god creates life. >> does that -- are you trying to suggest that somehow i think god ordained or preordained rape? no, i don't believe that. anyone who would suggest that, that's a sick and twisted -- no. no. that's not even close to what i said. >> all right. this all matters to the romney team because those comments come just one day after the murdock campaign began running a new ad featuring governor romney. >> there's so much at stake. i hope you'll join me in supporting richard murdock for u.s. senate. >> late last night the romney campaign issued this statement reading governor romney disagrees with richard murdock's comments and they do not reflect his views. dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz slammed the results as outrageous and demeaning. >>> elsewhere, for the first time since the party conve
struggled with it myself for a long time. but i came to realize life is a gift from god. and even when life begins in the horrible situation of rape that it is something that god intended to happen. >> so now the reaction. the spokesperson for the romney campaign distanced themselves from the comments to day. but not the candidate. andrea put out an e mail saying governor romney disagrees with richard and his comments don't reflect governor romney's views. we disagree with the policies regarding exception for rape and incest but we support him. romney has endorsed him and campaigned alongside him back in august and indiana. >> putting women's rights in the forefront in this election. a lot of talks about abortion, contraception and health care funding. join us to discuss the impact of women voters susan, the president of the dc chapter of now. the national organization of women. and kristen hawkins. i want to give you a chance to respond to those comments and give us your thoughts on what he said. and then his clarification. >> sure, well i think talking about how rape is an act of war agai
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